Lama Hourani

23 November 2015

Jordan’s very own Lama Hourani is one of many jewelry designers in Jordan, but her unique style makes her stand out from the crowd. Lama’s jewelry pieces are inspired from primal human expressions, infused with color, and rich elements, bold designs and at times semi-precious stones. Lama is a designer that aims to break the mold of traditional jewelry, her handmade silver at times oxidized or gold plated are eye catching and a real treat. As she travels the world, she designs her pieces based on inspirations from different cultures, architectures and textures.


Most importantly Lama Hourani Jewelry is proudly designed, handmade and assembled in Jordan. Lama Hourani’s pieces are considered an expensive gift… so if you’re budget allows you for it, go indulge in all those beautiful collectables from bracelets, rings, necklaces and accessories!


There are several collections that Lama has introduced; The Contemporary Nostalgia Collection where the classical transitions to the contemporary. The Wabi-Sabi Collection inspired by the Japanese culture. The Poppy Collection inspired by the fields in Northern Jordan filled with gorgeous petals. The Road to San Sebastian Collection inspired by Spain’s San Sebastian landscape. The Growth Collection inspired by the evergreen olive tree. Finally The Baby Collection from rattles to spoons, pins and bracelets. 


Lama Hourani’s Jewelry made it all around the world it is currently being sold in Dubai, Kuwait, Italy, Germany and Saudi Arabia. As for Jordan, the collections are showcased at the Foresight32 Art Gallery close to the 6th circle, at the Grand Hyatt hotel, The Intercontinental Hotel, Movenpick Resort in Petra & Dead Sea and the Marriott Hotel in Dead Sea. The Foresight32 also features a selection of small scale art, art objects and accessories by locals and international artists, the gallery also hosts several art and cultural events throughout the year.

To purchase online or to view the collection please visit


Phone: 06-5560080
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Location: Foresight32 Gallery (click here for map)